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    February 10, 2013
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a man shot and killed on this street corner. what he told me a short time ago that she heard. a big announcement about the case of a former police officer who was the subject of a wide spread man hunt. why los angeles police plan to reopen the investigation into why he was fired. 500 bay area emergency responders on the move. the big disaster they will be practicing for later on this morning. good morning. welcome to mornings on 2 it's sunday, february 10th i'm brian flores. >> and i'm claudine wong.
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to rosemary orozco. >> mostly clear. we are calm. a bit of patchy frost out there. some of us sinking into the supper 20s to low 30s. we'll talk about the slight warmup expected for the afternoon coming up. we are following developing news out of san francisco. police are investigating a deadly shooting that happened just a few hours ago. they tell us a man was shot in the city's western edition. alex savidge is live there now. what can you tell us so far? >> reporter: we are getting very limited information from police this morning. that is because it's so early on in this investigation. a sergeant that was out here confirmed a man was shot and killed. he was found right over near this corner. near the intersection of hayes and webster. an anonymous caller reported gunfire in this area around 2:00 this morning. we'll show you that video. officers were out here for most of the morning. police tell us the victim was rushed to the hospital after suffering at least one gunshot
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wound. he died there from his injuries. homicide investigators searching for the shooter involved here. a sergeant told me they don't have a description on the person to put out. in just a couple minutes ago i talked to one woman who told me she heard one gunshot and saw this crime scene. >> it sounded like a gunshot and i knew somebody was dead. police know that sound. it's bad. >> reporter: so as we bring you back out here live. we are near webster and hayes. obviously this crime scene has been cleared. the streets have already opened. homicide investigators have their work cut out for them trying to track down the killer involved in this early morning shooting that left one man dead. i asked a sergeant if she had any information. she said at this point they don't know what the motive was. live this morning in san francisco alex savidge. one person was killed during an apparent gun battle in oakland.
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police were called to the area of 39 avenue and quigley street around 11:00 p.m. officers say they found numerous shell casings from different guns, blood on the ground, but no victim. they checked with all the hospitals in the area to see if they had any victims. later police received a 911 call from a woman who says she heard someone in the back of her house. they search and found the gunshot victim. two helicopters were brought in yesterday because of the improved weather conditions. law enforcement personnel have checked 400 vacation homes in that area. a multistate task force is also being created to catch the former los angeles police officer. meanwhile the l.a. police chief will reopen investigation into why dorner was fired in the first place. >> i'm not doing this to
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appease him i'm doing this so the community has faith in what the police department does. >> dorner claims he was let go from the force because he accused top commanders of corruption and racism. there is also new surveillance video shot last monday after dorner shot a young couple. shows a man getting out of that truck. he dumped something into the dumpster. police say that was an ammunition clip. >> one of the employees went through the trash. he came back with a clip. like a magazine full of bullets, a belt, a military belt and helmet. and he brought it to me and said where did you find it? he said he found it in the back of the dumpster. >> the man hunt has led to extra security and long lines at the mexico border crossing. he may have wanted to flee to
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mexico when he tried to steal a boat in san diego. dorner is suspected of killing an irvine man and fiance. last night the team held a moment of silence before its home game against uc river side. the players wore orange jerseys with motivation on the front. >> we can't begin to tell you what it feels like to function without a part of your family here. >> wherever we are rebounding in practice she is in the back of your heads saying crash the boards. box out. i think that is what we will remember on the court a lot about her. >> a memorial is scheduled today for quan and her fiance. investigators believe dorner kicked him because he blames quan's father for his appeal. today emergency crews are
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working to clear piles of snow that have trapped cars that are blocking roadways and sidewalks. the winter storm hit friday dumping three feet of snow across states from pennsylvania to maine. as cleanup efforts get under way, residents are being urged to stay home. >> please stay in your homes. we do not need you on the roads. you have a large number of emergency vehicles and it is dangerous to be on the roads. >> hundreds of thousands of people are still without power as crews work to repair down lines. they say it could be a few days before power is fully restored to all customers. bo mile span of new york long island expressway will be closed today. the highway will be shut down in both directions while crews w to clear the piles of snow off and get the cars out of there. the cars got stuck friday afternoon as the snow hit the area. some drivers were stuck in their cars until yesterday morning.
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11-year-old massachusetts boy is the youngest victim of the storm. he died as a result of carbon monoxide boy sonning. he was helping his father shovel snow away from his car when he climbed inside to get out of the cold. the snow piled up against the exhaust. >> i got a good look at his face. eyes rolled back in his head. >> by the time the boy was overcome by fumes his father went into respiratory arrest. he was treated at the scene and taken to the hospital for observation. in a few hours from now bay area emergency responders will get together to try to get prepared for a natural disaster such as a catastrophic earthquake. they will all take part in a mass emergency drill.
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the event is called operation rolling chaos and estimated 400 people are expected to attend. the scenario involves earthquake that severely damages the anderson dam which triggers a massive flood. the drill is aimed at training local first responders and students studying to become emergency workers. house fire sent a woman to the hospital. the fire started around 6:30 last night in the back bedroom of a home on bancroft avenue. one person was inside when the flames broke out. that person got outside on her own but then taken to the hospital as a precaution. firefighters say she will have to find a new place to live. >> the resident will not be able to go back in. it started in the rear and went to the attic. >> red cross was on scene and fire investigator. it does not appear to be suspicious. firefighters responded to a fire at a homeless encampment.
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that started right next to a post office. it took firefighters about 45 minutes to get the flames under control. fortunately no one was hurt. another cold morning out there. let's turn to rose mare reto see if we -- rose marry. >> we will see a slight warmup today and as we get into the week ahead it will feel like spring out there. right now the conditions are calm. because of the calm conditions some of our temperatures a lot colder where we started yesterday morning. giving you a look at a beautiful start. the official sunrise right about now. between 7:05 and 7:10 depending on where you live and it's a gorgeous start to the day. this is where i want to point out. you are notably colder this morning. sinking to below freezing in some areas. 31 degrees right now novato. 30 in napa. 29 in santa rosa. we are off to a chilly start. walnut creek below freezing. livermore 30 degrees for you.
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around the peninsula mid to upper 30s. oakland, hayward, sfo reporting 32. 37 degrees half-moon bay. san francisco the warmer spot 43 degrees outside your door. into menlo park you are below freezing. 30 degrees. 33 in foster city. so you get the idea here. if you do have to be outdoors early this morning, bring along a jacket. it's a cold one. going to the farmers market to pick up that fresh fruit we will be chilly for the next couple of hours. the pacific satellite view there is the ridge rebuilding and strengthening over california. as et does it will continue to -- as it does we will continue to drive up our temperatures. mostly sunny skies. the warming trend taking us anywhere from five to eight to perhaps ten degrees above the seasonal average. i'm going to show you that in the extended forecast. for today 59-degrees in vallejo. 59 for san rafael. low 60s novato. santa rosa. napa.
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61 for oakland today. 60 degrees in concord. 59 along the peninsula. for san francisco upper 50s. as we head south we are looking at 59 in san jose. 59 los gatos. 61 degrees for santa cruz. out at pebble beach for today we have temperatures in the 40s this morning. back into the upper 50s for the afternoon under mostly sunny skies. the extended forecast take a look at that. we are climbing each day. the over night lows becoming a little more comfortable. it will take awhile tuesday into wednesday. by valentines day mostly sunny skies and 67 degrees. nice enough to have a picnic outdoors. wear on our way to a warmup. i'll show you that timeline coming up. mardi gras celebration tuns deadly -- turns deadly in new orleans. new proposal that would allow people other than doctors to diagnosis you. and why it's even being considered. first let's take you
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good morning, sunshine. mostly clear, calm, and cold outside our doors this morning. in new orleans four people were sent to the hospital after bullets started flying at a mardi gras celebration. just before 9:30 last night. one man is in critical condition while another man and two women are in stable condition. police say they believe the shooting stemmed from some kind of fight and they released this video which shows an argument between one of the victims and another man. authorities are not saying if any arrests have been made.
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hours before the violent thousands of mardi gras partyers celebrating along the parade routes. one of the biggest parades rolled down canal street. the parade is part of the festivities leading up to fat tuesday which is on february 12th this year. the day before ash wednesday. new orleans super dome has passed its first major test since the super bowl power outage. last night the mardi gras ball was held. featuring events from kelly clarkson. attendees said they were not worried about the lights going out again since the super bowl outage. the stadium electric provider has faced strong criticism. the next chapter in the barry bonds steroid investigation will play out on wednesday. he is asking an appeals court to overturn their decision.
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three members from the ninth circuit court of appeals will hear his case. news cameras are being allowed into the proceedings. new details about a hazing. according to the vallejo times hearld the students who said they were hazed have been offered counseling by the school. and the school's principal met with the coaching staff on how to avoid future incidents. last month the coach was fired and five students were expelled. firefighters say a barbecue is to blame for a house fire in san pablo. fire official shot this video as firefighters battled the smoke there. it started at 4:00 yesterday afternoon. two people who live inside the home got out safely. firefighters say it started because a barbecue was too close to the garage. >> started the barbecue with the garage door open.
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let the flames get big. flames got into the garage and basically took possession of the garage and spread throughout the rest of the house. >> the red cross was called to help. with people that were displaced find a temporary place to live. sonoma county sheriffs office is looking for the residents of a home where hundreds of marijuana plants were found. just after 7:00 yesterday morning a fire was reported at a house on keyton avenue. when firefighters arrived they found the windows and doors boarded up. once inside nearly every room on the first and second floor has had some kind of grow operation. the residents also tampered with the pg&e meter and were illegally drawing in electricity. boeing is calling a test of the 787 dream liner uneventful. the test flight took place yesterday and that jet took off from seattle and crisscrossed the state of washington before landing back in seattle. the faa allowed that flight so boeing could assess the
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inflight performance of the batteries. those batteries have been at the center of several issues including a fire that grounded the entire dream liner fleet. new proposal would allow nurse practitioners to diagnosis patients as a way to come ply with president obama's affordable care act. 30million americans will get health insurance under the plan in 2014. lawmakers say there won't be enough doctors to treat themselves. to treat illnesses like diabetes and high blood pressure. critics worry that could jeopardize patients safety. president obama and his advisors are touching up his state of the union address. he will focus on several main issues including job creation and restoring prosperity to the middle class. he is expected to unvail programs in education, infrastructure, clean energy and manufacturing. he will also push for two major initiate is.
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he wants immigration reform which would allow 11 million illegal immigrants to become citizens and passage of much tougher gun control laws in the wake of the connecticut school shooting. one very interested person is former arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords. she will attend the speech in the house chamber. she suffered severe head trauma after getting shot back in 2011 after meeting with constituents in tucson and the gunman killed six people. the tea party has ron paul to respond to the president's address. conservative lawmaker is expected to make his remarks following the republican request which will be given by florida senator and possible 2016 presidential candidate marco rubio. hundreds of bargain hunters show up. a sale was held yesterday at a warehouse. people had a chance to bid on things like laptops and cell phones. most of the items have been confiscated by the highway patrol or airport security
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check points. >> i'm a thrift person. i love to shop any kind of a deal. >> the auction will bring in more than $100,000 for the state. another auction will be held in april. controversial coyote hunt is under way this weekend in northern california. right now hunters are competing to kill the most coyotes in mo d.o.t. county. animal rights activist try to stop the hunt saying it's inhumane. they say it's necessary because they kill about $4 million worth of livestock each year. tens of thousands of california children in the hospital every year. what is being blamed in the bay area counties hit the hardest. it was supposed to be a dramatic way to honor the national anthem. we'll show you what happened when the condor did not stay on script. a minor warmup on the way for your sunday afternoon outside our doors this morning bone chilling cold.
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z after a strong start to the season the sharks have extended their winless streak to four games. the sharks took on the phoenix coyotes yesterday afternoon. the game came down to a shootout. jane shepard tries to tie it. mike smith acting as a wall gets the stop. the coyotes get the win. mike smith has shut out the sharks four times this his career. >> there he goes up on the bench. i love it. [ laughter ] >> a lot of laughter there at this hockey game. the team brought in a real condor for the national anthem. the man in charge of the condor started chasing after it. when he finally got ahold of it he fell and it got loose again. the birds this one native to south america was caught and the game went on. orbits has released some of
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the top destinations for valentines day. they asked american about the most romantic places to go and which cities offer the best deal. coming in first las vegas. that was followed by new york city, miami, orlando, and new orleans. >> where is san francisco? it's not there. [ laughter ] >> i think it's a great place. >> it's a romantic city. time now 7:24 on this happy new year. chinese new year. let's check in with rosemary. >> maybe because it's normally raining. we could use rain. we are not going to get any rain. valentines day looking mostly sunny and it will feel like spring. let's take a look at what you can expect for today. it's a cold start. colder than yesterday. upper 20s to low 30s for some of our chillier spots. wide spread 30s to low 40s. 10:00 fill in a little better. upper 40s to low 50s. lunchtime we are a tad warmer. upper 50s to low 60s.
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61 in oakland. 59 in san francisco. 59 redwood city. 59 san jose. your extended forecast showing you there is the warming trend with each passing day. we are just going to nudge the numbers up a little bit and in time for valentines day on thursday 67 degrees under mostly sunny skies. pollution may be the rate -- study found that asthma hospitalization rates for children in alameda county were more than twice the state average in 2010. that is the third highest in colorado. contra costa county ranks sixth. pollution caused by bay area oil refineries was part of the problem. the northeast is digging out this morning after a crippling snowstorm. coming up we'll have a live report from one region that got more than three feet of snow. the man hunt for a former police officer could effect security at a huge star studded event today. and san francisco police
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this morning are searching for a killer after a man is found shot to death on a street corner in the western edition neighborhood. we'll tell you what neighbors in this area heard this morning.
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a man shot and killed early this morning a homicide investigation under way in san francisco right now. welcome back to mornings on 2 everyone i'm mike mibach.
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>> and i'm claudine wong. that deadly shooting was in the city's western edition and ktvu alex savidge is live there now with more on the investigation under way. alex. >> reporter: good morning. police out here at the scene that i talked with couldn't really tell me much about what led up to the deadly shooting. sergeant did confirm to me it was a man and he was found shot and later died here. he was found right here on the sidewalk across the street from us. we're at the intersection of hayes and webster. an anonymous caller reported gunfire. police tell us the victim is a hispanic man. he was rushed to the hospital and died there later from his injuries. investigators spent the morning out here they had the street shut down as they collected evidence at this crime scene. homicide detectives obviously right now working to track down the shooter. and i talked this morning with a woman who told me she heard one gunshot this morning and saw the victim being treated.
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>> it sounded like a gunshot. and i knew somebody was dead. you know that sound. the police know that sound. it's bad. >> reporter: at this point san francisco police aren't putting out any sort of description on the shooter they are look for. the person they are trying to track down. we are hoping to get more information working to get more information from san francisco police as we move throughout the day. as i was told by some of the officers out here at the scene, it is still very early on in this investigation and that is why the information coming out is very limited. live this morning in san francisco, alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. cleanup efforts under way after the deadly blizzard that swept across the northeast. at least nine people have been killed and-ups of thousands are -- and hundredsover thousands are -- hundreds of thousands are without power. anna. >> reporter: you got it, mike.
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we are in mil ford, connecticut. 38 inches of snow on the ground here. a lot of folks remembering the blizzard of 1978. and some residents i talked to said this is even worse. i'm giving you perspective of how much snow is on the ground. you saw the post office box here. the postal service did have to suspend sending out the mail yesterday. also boston public transportation is at a standstill. they are hoping to get things back up and running tomorrow. things are just really worse here in the new england states. governor dan is asking residents to be very cautious about carbon monoxide poisoning as 345,000 in the region are without power and using generators. one of the deaths you mentioned was an 11-year-old boy in boston who died of carbon monoxide poisoning inside a car while his father was digging out snow. the travel bans have been lifted in connecticut and
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massachusetts. the governors are still warning people to stay off the roadways. new york was hit hard as well. long island expressway 150 cars were stranded there and emergency crews were going car to car to try to rescue folks. and now they've got up state new york resources road graders coming in to remove the snow. and they have traffic that is closed off. portions of the lie today until 5:00. so that is a bit debill stating today. governor is giving resources to connecticut and massachusetts because they did indeed get hit harder. mike, i can tell you as you probably would have guessed a lot of the school systems have decided to cancel classes tomorrow which will be tough on the parents who are supposed to be heading back into work but the kids will be enjoying the white fluffy stuff because it is gorgeous. >> anna giving us that live update. we appreciate your report. travelers are getting relief today after the massive snowstorm in the northeast
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canceled more than 6,000 flights. since early this morning airports across new york and boston began opening runways and resuming operations. even with flights resuming airlines are still advising customers to call the departure times before head. most airlines are also canceling for any passengers changing flights. things are a running a bit smoother for people in the bay area. sfo is reporting no ground delays or cancellations. oakland had two jet blue cancellations last night but nothing for today. san jose airport is also not reporting any canceled flights. san francisco police are investigating a crash that killed a bicyclist near at & t ballpark. it happened just before 9:30 yesterday morning. 48-year-old dianne was riding her bike near third and king streets when she was hit by a cement construct. the crash happened in front of thousands of giants fans that were head into the ballpark for fan fest. >> we need to go into the fan fest down the street.
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all i hear is a big boom. i see her laying down. >> police say two nurses who were nearby tried to help her but she later died at the hospital. the cement truck driver stayed there at the scene and is cooperating with police. fatal crash on interstate 880 is being investigated. it happened near the carson boulevard exit at about 1:15 yesterday the highway patrol says a 23-year-old man from hayward died after his car hit the center divide and a few other cars right before it started rolling several times. another man was rushed to the hospital. his condition has not been released. a new team of searchers is looking for accused killer christopher dorner. 50 law enforcement personnel were brought in to relieve the officers who searched for him over the past few days in big bear. so far there are no signs of a former los angeles police officer. now investigators think he may be trying to flee to mexico. the the los angeles police department says it's trying to make amends to the two women
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mistakenly shot by officers. they mistook them for dorner. her daughter wasn't seriously hurt. the l.a. police chief apologized the family yesterday. so far there is no word if the man hunt for christopher dorner will effect the grammy awards. they say lapd officers typically work the event and will be present tonight in uniform as well as in plain clothes. meanwhile the biggest stars in music are preparing for tonight's show. yesterday sir elton john spent the day rehearsing with taylor swift as well as the bands mum ford and sons. swift who is up for three grammy's record of the year is opening the show. something she says might make the night a little easier.
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>> you get to perform and then you get to watch the show stress free. you get to go out there and watch and see what happens and watch the whole night unvail. >> grammy producers are promising a star studded show. another expected highlight is a performance by justin timberlake who is back on the grammy stage for the first time in four years. rick perry is beginning his economic trip through california today. he will visit san francisco, los angeles, and orange county. he will meet with executives and he is said to encourage them to relocate their firm to texas. the trip follows a controversial week long radio blitz. >> building a business is tough. but i hear building a business in california is next to impossible. this is texas governor rick perry and i have a message for california businesses. come check out texas. >> california governor jerry brown responded to perry's visit. brown said quote do you think a few tricks from a politician is
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going to make any business? people invest the money where the big things have occurred. the idea is the structure, the climate the opportunity is right here. amazon started the hiring process for its new distribution centers. the online retail giant posted its first three job openings which focuses on industrial maintenance and technical engineering. it's expected to open this summer while another one million square foot center in tracy could open this fall. both centers are expected to bring hubs of jobs to the area all openings are posted on amazon.com. new report claims the america's cup race could drown san francisco in red ink. the chronicle reports the city has been unable to raise enough money to cover expenses. the city needs up to $34 million but only raised $14 million. city leaders once predicted it could generate $300 million. the number of foreign competitors has dropped and so
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has corporate sponsorship. the america's cup begins in august. >> thousands are expected to attend. right now weather is chilly. we are getting springtime temperatures coming this week. you are right. it will be a slow start as we get into the week. by valentines day we are talking five to ten degrees above the southbound lane average. i will bring you that in a moment. let's talk about what is happening outside our doors right now. another good looking start to the day. you can see the sunshine bouncing off the buildings. as mike mentioned it is a chilly start. we are talking freezing. napa and santa rosa the winds were light between 5-10 miles an hour but it helped to stir some of that cold air. not the case this morning. you are very calm and a lot colder. 30-degrees in napa. 29 santa rosa. 31 in novato. a chillier start here for most of us. into the east bay freezing and sub freezing temperatures.
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walnut creek 31 degrees. 33 lafayette. we are looking at upper 20s in areas like pleasanton. 31 for san ramon. down to the south bay temperatures in the low 40s. 38 at the university. san jose 34. in some areas near reed and morgan hill reporting below freezing temperatures. 29 for you. 28 in gilroy. we have mostly clear skies. calm conditions and that really allows for the cooling into the overnight hours. the sun has been up for a half hour or so. we will start to build back. this ridge will continue to amplify and as it extends over california, it will continue our warming trend. so for this afternoon slightly warmer than yesterday. and with each passing day, we are going to get a bump that will lead us to temperatures well above average. in a nutshell chilly morning and patchy frost out there if you have an early morning drive you may be scraping the windshield just a bit. a mild afternoon with light winds in the forecast. 59-degrees for san rafael.
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60 in berkeley. 61 in oakley. 60 for napa. 51 for santa rosa. 60 for concord. upper 50s low 60s pleasanton, livermore. 59 for san jose. as you get into morgan hill, 60- degrees expected for you. there is the extended forecast and the warming trend. the over night lows will be a bit cold once again tomorrow morning as we get back to business. be prepared for that. dress the little ones warm. perhaps in layers. by the afternoon feeling a little better than today. as we get into valentines day mild weather in the forecast. mid to upper 60s expected. mostly sunny skies. you probably notice it is on the rise. gas is approaching the $4 mark in the bay area. why that may actually look like a bargain when you start comparing our prices to other places. coming to the rescue. national guard unit called in for a very special delivery. let's take you outside. there is the approach to the
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bay bridge toll plaza. sun is out. traffic moving smoothly. a beautiful sunday morning. 7:40 on the clock.
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welcome back. a lye view there over -- a live view there over the city of san francisco. mostly blue sky. it's a chilly start to the morning. the national guard doesn't often help deliver babies but it had to do so in massachusetts because of the big storm there. erika went into labor in the middle of the statewide travel ban. between the steep hills to her home and snowy roads emt couldn't get to her so dispatchers sent a nearby national guardout and they used
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a humvee to plow through the snow and deliver that bundle of joy. >> i guess there is people like new years babies and stuff like that. i'm like look you're a new years baby. well mine is a blizzard baby. little nemo my family is calling her. >> sweet thing. baby and mom are both doing well and recovering at the hospital this morning. there are still no signs of a missing elderly man from hayward who suffers from dementia. 73-year-old robert bird was last seen around 4:00 yesterday afternoon near his home on hampton road. he is 5'2", 136 pounds. if you have seen him you are asked to call hayward police. a stilled woman is also still missing. kathy is hearing impaired. her family says she can only communicate through sign language or writing on paper. she was seen on surveillance
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video boarding a greyhound bus in phoenix. authorities in antioch say a man is in custody on suspicion of setting a fire that displaced a family of five. crews responded to theodore avenue near east 18th street. firefighters say the one alarm fire caused about $75,000 in damages. the red cross is helping families. there is a new commander at the helm of nato forces in afghanistan. marine general joseph dunford took the lead. he says despite the change in command, the goal of the coalition forces is still the same. >> what has not changed is a discipline in the spirit of the
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team. what is not changed the growing capability of our afghan partners, the afghan national security forces. >> he replaces general john allen who has been nominated to become the head of nato forces in europe. allen was exonerated in an investigation of questionable e- mail exchanges. former vice president dick  cheney believes president obama is jeopardizing national security. cheney spoke to a republican state convention yesterday in wyoming. he told that crowd the president's cabinet nominations are quote second rate people. he says the choices for secretary of state cia and defense secretary will degrade the military and limit the ability of future presidents to respond to foreign crisis. a peace walk was held in memory of trayvon martin. martin was shot by george zimmerman.
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he would have celebrated his 18th birthday. his parents were among the people walking yesterday to honor him. >> the purpose for this peace walk is to let people know the community the teenagers know that they have a right to walk in peace. they have a right to walk without anybody following them. they have a right to walk without anybody causing any harm to them or killing them. >> zimmerman claims he shot trayvon in self-defense. he has a stand your ground hearing in april. self-proclaimed america's toughest sheriff is teaming up with actor steven seagal to make schools a little safer. yesterday sheriff joe and seagal began training a group of volunteers to defend phoenix area schools against gunman. volunteers will carry weapons and be supervised by sheriffs deputies. he got the idea after the newtown, connecticut shooting.
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in chile 16 people are dead after a bus carrying fans of a soccer team crashed. it fell 500 feet down a mountainside. most of those who died are 13- 18 years old. the youngest person killed is an infant just a few months old. 21 others were injured. there are reports that the bus had no seat belts and was only intended for 27 passengers. the bus was carrying 45 people when it crashed. it is costing you more to fill up the gas tanks. aaa is reporting gas prices are up yet another cent. the average in california is $4.06 a gallon. we are not paying the highest in the bay area or state. people in hawaii are shelling out $4.23 a gallon. here is a quick look at what we are paying in the pumps. average in san francisco is $3.99 a gap listen. oakland people are paying -- and in san jose the average is $3.95. sonoma county is expanding the network of charging stations for electric vehicles.
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charge stations like this is one in san francisco will encourage more people to buy electric cars. they say they wants sonoma county to become an electric vehicle destination. in the next five to ten years about 1.5 million plug in vehicles are expected to be sold in california. the number of online classes being offered at california colleges are expected to go up. both the governor and university system are working together to pave the way for more students to pass courses and get degrees without having to go to class. officials sai pooing online -- officials say boosting online programs is a way to accommodate students. students at castro valley high are throwing their support behind a teacher being treated for a rare form of cancer. she has been teaching american sign language at the school for the past 15 years. she has been on sick leave since november under going chemo therapy. last night she came to the high school for a silent play she
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wrote with her daughter and performed by her students. >> so it means a lot to me because i know them. i know how hard they have worked. i know they would never give up. >> all of the money raised by last nights performers will benefit the american sign language program. after the show she surprised her students with medals she had made and song thanking them for share support. fans of the movie back to the futurer ii can buy props from the set. the seller admits the board has a few dents and scratches and obviously doesn't actually hover. the seller says he got the hover board from the movie's designer. well from beijing to the bay area how people are ringing in the lunar new year. why hundreds of people ran through the streets of san francisco in just their underwear. a warming trend is heading
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to the bay area. the headline at this hour though is the big chill. we'll take a look at the temperatures in your neighborhood.
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from beijing to the bay area more than a billion people worldwide are ringing in the lunar new year. fire works it will the sky over the capitol of china but the celebration was less flashier. they called for lesser fire works show due to pollution. not only can cathead january singer celine dion belt out a tune she can sing it in maunder ran chinese to perform during a new years festival in beijing. it's the first time an international star was invited
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to sing at the event. when asked if it was difficult to sing in another language she says music tran sends boundaries. >> lunar new year celebrations are just beginning in the bay area. at 9:00 a.m. they will celebrate with a dragon parade. there is a celebration of the year of the snake also at the albany landmark twin theater. that starts at 10:00 this morning. chinese dancers will perform at the the plateon library at 2:00 this afternoon. >> eyes like a rabbit and it breathed fire. it was a dragon. >> over the next two months vol tuners from the asian art museum will hold story time while their parents browse the store. >> this is called a pop up. the museum has popped up up.
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>> stories will range. san francisco's chinese new year parade is scheduled for two weeks from yesterday. as always you can watch it right here on channel 2. coverage starts at 6:00 p.m. on february 23rd. san francisco giants have been known for their unique promotional of nights. metal coo fans may 3rd has been named metal anight. special edition metal coo hats will be given away. the final figures are in and baseball fans certainly turned out to help injured giants fan bryan stow. two benefit concerts raised more than $75,000. the event featured giants third base coach tim flannery and his band lunatic fringe. it will help pay for his medical and rehabilitation costs. hundreds of people stripped down for a good cause in san
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francisco. yesterday 300 people ran through the marina district in their underwear. to help raise money for the children's tumor foundation. this is the first year that the kind andiron has been held in san francisco. >> i guess if you want sunshine if you partake in that run. let's go over to rosemary to see how much sunshine we will get today. >> abundant sunshine already feeling it outside. some of you probably heading to the home and garden store. you will do some planting today. i know. it's really beginning to feel like spring. not there just yet. but we are going to see some nice weather as we get into your sunday afternoon. this morning though a cold we are talking 30s around the bay area. a few low 40s. just around the bay. san francisco and oakland outside of that most of us in the 30s. below freezing in some cases. by 9:00 wide spread 40s. feeling a tad better.
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really by 10:00 we begin to feel the warmth. upper 40s to low 50s. during the lunch hour into the afternoon 60 degrees for napa. 61- degrees for oakland. down into san jose as well as morgan hill that is a popular number there. 59. 59 will include livermore there. so we've got mostly sunny skies. numbers slightly warmer this afternoon than yesterday with light winds. tomorrow morning we wake up just as cold. now models are trying to bring the possibility of maybe some wind to and through our hills. if that does occur, tomorrow morning we may wake up with temperatures not as cold. we will still be chilly but not as cold. meanwhile in the afternoon a slight little bump and then we get into a nicer warming trend. tuesday, wednesday, and thursday for your valentines day. mostly sunny skies. mid to upper 60s in the
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forecast. well i above average for mid february. that happening as we get into the second half of the week. back to you. man hunt for a former southern california police officer intensifies this morning. coming up in our 8:00 hour where the search is focused today. also why the lapd is opening the investigation into fire. a drill centered around a bay area dam. the big disaster hundreds of local responders are practicing for this morning.
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early morning shooting in san francisco western edition leaves one man dead. what police are saying this morning about the search for the killer in this case. big announcement about the case of a -- is the subject of a wide spread man hunt. why a los angeles police plan to reopen the investigation into why he was fired. digging out from a major storm. how people on the east coast are coping and the impact it's still having right here at home. and good morning, everyone welcome to mornings on 2 it's sunday, february 10th i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. if you have outdoor plans today rosemary keeping a close eye on your forecast. i see it's cold behind you but warming up? >> you are right. a subtle warmup in store. a big story at this hour the
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big chill. mostly clear, calm, patchy frost and temperatures sinking to below freezing in some cases. we will begin to watch them creep just a little bit in the next couple of hours. i've got the numbers for you coming up. we are on the scene of an over night news from san francisco. right now police are investigating a deadly shooting in the city's western edition. ktvu alex savidge is there talking to witnesses about what they heard. alex. >> reporter: good morning. at this point the shooting remains unclear. this is a shooting that left one man dead. a sergeant told me he was shot and he was found right there on that portion of sidewalk across the street from us here. we're at the intersection of haze and webster. an anonymous caller reported gunfire in this area around 2:00 in the morning. they found a man with one gunshot wound. the victim is a hispanic man. he was rushed to the hospital but died later from his
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injuries. investigators spent the morning collecting evidence from this scene. homicide detectives working to track down the shooter. i talked this morning with ament who who told me she heard one gunshot early this morning. and then saw this crime scene. >> it sounded like a gunshot. and i knew somebody was dead. you know that sound. police know that sound. it's bad. >> reporter: at this point san francisco police are not putting out any description on the shooter they are looking for in this case. we have reached out to the department spokesperson this morning. hoping to get an update on the investigation. we have not yet heard back. we are hoping for further updates as we move throughout the day. live this morning in san francisco alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. one person was killed during an apparent gun battle in oakland. police were called to the area of 39th avenue and quigley street around 11:00 p.m.. they say they found numerous shell casings from different guns blood on the ground but no victim.
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officers checked with all the officers in the area to see if anyone sought treatment. a short time later a neighbor reportedly heard a noise from the back of her house. police went to check it out that is when they found a person who had been shot in the leg and several times in the chest. he was pronounced dead at the scene. so far no arrests have been made in the case. at least nine people are dead after a massive blizzard that swept across nine north eastern states. officials say at least three feet of snow covered cities through pennsylvania to maine in new jersey hundreds of people were trapped in their cars when that snow suddenly hit. some did have to wait for hours for rescue crews to reach them. >> so you were out there all night? >> all night. from 10:00 to all night. >> what were you doing? staying in your car? >> trying to stay warm. >> crews are now working to clear piles of plowed snow from sidewalks and roads and people are still being urged to stay in their homes and try to stay out of the way. a 30-mile span of new york long island expressway will be closed today. that major highway will be shut
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down in both directions while officials work to clear piles of snow. cars began getting stuck there on friday afternoon after the blizzard hit the area and with plows some drivers were stuck in their car until yesterday morning. 11-year-old massachusetts boy is youngest victim of the deadly snowstorm. the boy died yesterday as a result of poison monoxide poisoning. he was helping his dad shoveling know away from the car when he went into the car. the boy was pulled from the car and pronounced dead at the hospital. >> i got a good look at his face. eyes roll back in his head. i've seen that look before. >> firefighters say around the time the boy was overcome by the fumes, his father went into respiratory arrest. he was treated at the scene and taken to the hospital for observation. just a few hours from now
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bay area emergency responders will train for a natural disaster such as a catastrophic earthquake. police and firefighters will take part in a mass emergency drill along fremont parkway. the event is called operation rolling chaos. estimated 400 to 500 people are expected to attend. the scenario involves an earthquake that severely damages the anderson dam in santa clara county which triggers a massive flood. the drill is aimed at training first responders. the cause of a house fire in oakland that sent one woman to the hospital is still under investigation this morning. that fire started around 6:30 last night in the back bedroom of the home on bancroft avenue. one person was in the house when it started but she made it outside. they had to take her to the hospital just as a precaution. she wasn't hurt. she is however not going to be able to return to that home. >> the resident will not be
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able to go back in. it started in the rear and ran to the attic. >> the red cross was called in but residents did not need them to provide housing. fire investigator is working to determine the cause of the fire. so far it doesn't appear to be suspicious. firefighters put out a fire in a homeless encampment. that starletted just before 2:- - that started just before 2:30 this morning. no one was hurt. good morning, to you. a beautiful view there across the bay. the bay bridge. no trouble getting across that bridge this morning. the winds are light. no fog to speak of. we are waking up with a little bit of patchy frost. it is chilly out there but the sun is up and shining bright. as we get into the next hour the temperatures will rebound. a look at the calm conditions. oakland reporting five miles an
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hour. here in napa and santa rosa this is where we are seeing the biggest change. we are looking at temperatures anywhere from 5-10. earlier it was 15 degrees colder than where we started yesterday morning because of the lack of wind. 34 in napa. 31 santa rosa. the wind yesterday just a light one. it was enough to stir that cold air. this morning it's collecting right along the valley floor. we are looking at freezing conditions in our east bay as well. 32 in walnut creek. in and around the bay area a chilly one. oakland and hayward upper 30s. low 40s in the sty of oak -- in the city of oakland. low 30s san roe mope and pleasant -- san ramon and pleasanton. mostly clear, cold, crisp out there this morning. the pacific satellite view showing you the temperatures will continue to warm under this ridge of high pressure
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here. so this is beginning to strengthen. each passing day it will nudge a little bit closer and eventually it will dominate our pattern. so that system from a couple days ago brought us a little bit of rain. now off to the east over the rockies and this ridge will continue again to pull our way. mostly sunny skies for the week ahead. a warming trend for the week ahead. first it will be a subtle warmup. you may not notice yesterday from today to a degree or two. temperatures are all the sudden feel like a whole lot spring. 60 degrees for berkeley. 59 san rafael. 57 in pacifica. upper 50s low 60s for the east bay. 59 in hayward. 69 for oakland. 60-degrees in concord. upper 50s antioch and brentwood. down into areas around livermore. you are looking at 59 for today. upper 50s low 60s san jose and morgan hill. santa cruz under mostly sunny
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skies. the extended forecast we get back to work tomorrow morning. the kids are off to school and it's a cold one. temperatures slip slipping to freezing and below freezing for some of the colder spots. wide spread 30s and 40s around the bay. as we get into the afternoon, you will want to shed that extra layer. temperatures will warm back into the low 60s. and then the warming trend really begins tuesday, wednesday, into thursday. valentines day will be beautiful. middle to upper 60s in the forecast. i'll have a look at your sunday lunchtime numbers coming up. this morning law enforcement are continuing their search for accused killer christopher dorner around big bear lake. meanwhile los angeles police are now taking a closer look into the time dorner was an officer in the department. reporter alicia is live for us this morning at l.a. police head quarters. why is the police chief ordering this new review? >> reporter: mike, los angeles
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police chief charlie beck told a local affiliate here what prompted his decision and here's a portion of that interview. >> i'm not doing this to appease him. i'm doing this so that the community has faith in what the police department does. and i'm going to make a rigorous inspection to either validate or refute his claims. and we will make those inspections public. >> reporter: dorner blames numerous people inspect department for his firing back in 2008. according to police in his online manifesto and seeking revenge for what he saw unfaired treatment when me turned in a fellow officer. dorner was fired for giving false statements. he is a highly trained individual serve both in department and reserve. he also has flight training which has now prompted the department of homeland security to warn airport owners and flight crews to be on alert.
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>> before we let you go. what is the latest on the investigation? >> reporter: well, right now police are saying it's almost as if dorner has vanished. however they did say in his burned out truck they found in big bear investigators did find weapons inside. and irvine police did execute a search warrant on a storage locker that belonged to dorner. we do know items were removed. according to authorities we don't know what they were. law enforcement in arizona, nevada, california, and northern mexico are in on this man hunt. the u.s. border control is on alert status. one big concern for tonight he is here in downtown los angeles. being held not too far from where we are. there is a heightenedceps of security here tonight. lapd very worried because they as you know are the targets. >> that is right. the hunt for christopher dorner continues on this sunday
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morning. alicia live. thank you for that report. we will show you the video that police release that shows what they think led to the multiple shooting. new this morning the family of joe paterno releases its own investigation into the scandal. what the new report is claiming. let's take you outside. there is a look of traffic on the sunol grade. very cold out there this morning 3:the sun is shining. the good news no problems to report on the roadways but we will keep watching them for you.
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happy sunday to you all. following a chilly start you can expect a minor warmup for you sunday afternoon. in new orleans four people were sent to the hospital after gunfire erupted at a mardi gras celebration. it happened just before 9:30 last night. one man is in critical condition while another man and two women are in stable condition. police say they believe the shooting stemmed from some kind of fight. they released this video showing an argument between one of the victims and another man. authorities are not saying if any arrests have been made. hours before the violence thousands of mardi gras partyers were celebrating along the parade route. one of the biggest mardi gras parades rolls down canal street. it's part of the festivities leading up to fat tuesday which
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is february 12th this year the day before ash. the lights stayed on for the big event at the new orleans super dome. last night the mardi gras ball was held at the dome. that featured performances by kelly clarkson. attendees say they were not worried about the lights going out again. that outage did lead to strong criticism of the electricity provider. new this morning the family of the late penn state football coach joe paterno just released a report into the child abuse sex scandal. the paterno family commissioned the report. it challenges the commission by former fbi director luis free that he hid findings. the findings of the free report last july were inaccurate, unfounded, and unsupported by the facts. the new report claims paterno
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followed school protocol. the next chapter in the barry bonds steroids investigation will play out on wednesday. they are asking an appeals court to overturn his conviction on a felony charge for obstruction of justice. three members from the ninth circuit court of appeals in san francisco will hear the case. in 2011 bonds was found guilty to providing an evasive answer to the jury. news cameras are being allowed into wednesday's proceedings. the next chapter in the barry bonds' -- well we just said that. apologize. we will go on to vallejo. new details on hazing. according to the vallejo times hearld the students who said they were hazed have been offered counseling by the school and the school's principal met with the coaching staff to talk about how to avoid futuring incidents. last month the head football coach were fired and five pliers were expelled because the students hazed oh players all last -- other players all
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last season. a fire official shot this video as you can see. that smoke just coming out of that residence. this started about 4:00 yesterday afternoon near rivers and 15th street. two people who live inside that home got out safely. it started because a barbecue was too close to the garage. >> started a barbecue with a garage door open. let the flames get big. flames got into the garage and took possession of the garage and then spread throughout the rest of the house. >> the red cross was called to help the two people live there find a temporary place to stay. the sonoma county sheriffs office was called to a home where plants were found. when firefighters got there they found doors and windows boarded up and did have to cut a hole in the garage door just to get to the fire. once inside they say nearly every room on the first and second floor had some kind of grow operation. residents also tampered with
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the pg&e meter and illegally drawing electricity. the recent test flight for 787 dream liner was a success. it happened yesterday with the jet taking off from seattle. chris crossing the state -- chris crossing the state -- -- crisscrossing the state of washington. pollution may be to blame for the high rates of children with asthma. asthma hospitalization rates for children in alameda county were nearly twice the state average in 2010. that is the third highest in california. contra costa county ranked sixth statewide. pollution caused by bay area oil refineries and clogged freeways are part of the problem. new proposal would allow nurse practitioners and other medical workers to diagnosis patients as a way to comply with president obama's affordable care act. 30million americans will get health insurance under the plan
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in 2014. but lay makers -- lawmakers say there will not be enough doctors to treat them. critics worry that could jeopardize patient safety. president obama and advisors are touching up his state of the union address. he will focus on several main issues including job creations and restoring prosperity. he's expected to unvail -- aids say he will also push for two major initiatives. he wants immigration reform which would allow 11 million illegal immigrants to eventually become citizens. and the passage of much tougher gun control laws in the wake of the connecticut school shooting. bay area lawmaker wants to reestablish a special license plate for veterans. the plates would recognize veterans and raise money for county veteran services offices.
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a veteran license plate was disconnected in 2010 and replaced with an honorary veterans plate that anyone can buy. the plate will still be available if the bill passes. it was supposed to be a dramatic way to honor the national anthem. we'll show you what happened when the condor did not stay on script. mostly sunny skies outside our doors at this hour. calm conditions and cold, cold, cold. if you are thinking about heading out to the farmers market out there at jack london square you'll need your jacket.
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hundreds of bargain hunters show up to bid on state -- a sit surplus was yesterday. they got a chance to bid on laptops and jewelry. >> oh my god i'm a thrift person. i love to shop any kind of a deal. >> the state expects that auction to bring in more than $100,000. if you missed this one, don't worry there will be another one in april. sharks have extended their winless streak to four games. they took on the phoenix coyote yesterday. james shepard tries to tie it right there but goalie mike smith acting as a pretty big wall. mike smith has four career shutouts against the sharks.
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>> he goes up on the bench. i love it. [ laughter ] >> a lot of laughter as that condor looks to get on to the ice right there. it's a bit of entertainment at the condor game. the team brought in a real condor for the national anthem but it got loose. the man in charge of the condor started chasing after it but got after it. the bird got loose again. a little bit of chaos at the rink. the bird this one here native to south america was eventually caught and the game went on. >> the laughing is the best part. i know we need the rain. rosemary tells me we need the rain. looks like we are getting the sun instead and full temperatures. if we can't have the rain at least have a nice day? >> yes. we are looking at beautiful weather once again. this morning very cold. colder than yesterday. over parts of the north bay where the winds have relaxed.
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this morning temperatures 5-10- degrees colder. fairfield anywhere from 10-13 degrees colder. a chilly, chilly start. wide spread freezing temperatures for our valley locations. north bay as well as the inland east bay. gilroy reporting upper 20s to low 30s. as we get into the next hour we will see the numbers turn around. we are feeling pretty good. mostly sunny skies. lunchtime numbers mid to upper 50s and then we will carry the trend into the afternoon. with temperatures reaching 60 degrees for napa. 61 santa rosa. 59 san francisco. upper 50s for pacifica. just a beautiful morning along the beaches. but a cool morning half-moon bay in the 30s as well. 59 mountain view. 59 morgan hill. extended forecast there is that warming trend. with each passing day just a slight little bump and then as we get into wednesday and thursday take a look at valentines day. picnic in the park maybe. mid to upper 60s with mostly sunny skies. do you need a job?
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amazon is looking to hire hundreds of people. how you could land a gig for the big distribution centers. plus the brunt of the storm may be over but the impacts are being felt here at home. just how many flights are being canceled. q
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for them it was a traumatic experience. >> people on the east coast are still waking up to a lot of snow. the work crews ahead as they try to dig people out of their homes. welcome to mornings on 2 it's sunday, february 10th i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm hmm mmm.
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about 475,000 customers are still without power this morning after the deadly blizzard that swept across the northeast. anna joins us live from milford, connecticut where piles of snow are still blocking roadways. >> reporter: i can tell you progress is being made. we are sitting at 400,000 outages which is still a major problem. leaders here are warning people about carbon monoxide poisoning for those that are using the generators. this storm has been blamed on five deaths. one of them an 11-year-old boy in boston who died of carbon monoknox identity -- carbon monoxide poisoning.
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40 inches in some parts of connecticut. breaking records. the new england states got hit harder than new york. and governor andrew is offering up resources whether it be power crews and plows to those states. also we are just hearing that president barack obama has signed an emergency declaration for the state of connecticut freeing up resources for the plows and other things to help these people because they certainly are paralyzed in a lot of ways ways they are doing everything possible plowing the roadways to help out. back to you. >> i want to ask you you say the national guard there obviously city crews working to
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clear the snow. are officials encouraging folks to stay inside or are they also saying hey come on out. help us get rid of this snow on the rows and the sidewalks? >> >> reporter: well, it's different when it's your own driveway and the sidewalk in front of your business we have seen a few people trying to make their way out. over the weekend more than 6,000 flights were canceled because of the weather. early this morning airports began reopening runways and
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resuming operations. airline is urging people to call ahead and check their flight status before heading off to the airport. most airlines are canceling fees. four passengers had to change their flight because of the storm. things are getting back to normal after a few cancellations here at bay area airports. sfo is reporting no ground delays or cancellations. oakland had two jet blue cancellations l.a. night. but nothing for today. san jose international also not reporting any canceled flights. san francisco police are investigating the crash that killed a bicyclist near at & t park. it happened around 9:30 yesterday morning. 48-year-old dianne sullivan was riding her bike near third and king streets when she was hit by a cement truck. that crash happened in front of thousands of giants fans that were head into the stadium for fan fest. >> we were going into the fan fest. all i hear is a big boom. i see her laying down. >> police say two nurses who were nearby tried to help sullivan but she later died at
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the hospital. the cement driver stayed at the scene and cooperating with police. fatal crash on interstate 880 is being investigated. it happened around 1:15 yesterday afternoon. the highway patrol says a 23- year-old man from hayward died after his car hit the center divide and a few cars before rolling several times. another man was rushed to the hospital. his condition has not been released. we continue our coverage on the search for accused killer christopher dorner. 50 law enforcement personnel were brought in to relieve the officers who searched for him over the past few days. so far there are no signs of the former los angeles police officer. some investigators say or think he may have possibly fled to mexico. security has been increased at the border crossing. los angeles police department says they are trying to make amends to the two women mistakenly shot by police. they mistack took the woman who were delivering newspapers in a truck to dorner.
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the 47-year-old was hit in the back and still in intensive care. her daughter was not seriously hurt. the l.a. police chief apologized to the family and told them they would receive a new pickup truck. texas governor rick perry is beginning his trip through california today. perry will meet with executives in high-tech, financial insurance, and film industries. he's trying to encourage them to relocate their firms to texas. and this trip follows a controversial week long radio blitz. >> building a business is tough. but i hear building a business in california is next to impossible. this is texas governor rick perry and i have a message for california businesses. come check out texas. >> california governor jerry brown responded to perry's visit. do you think a few tricks from a politician will make any business? people invest their money where
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these big things occur. new this morning amazon has started the hiring process for its new distribution centers in patterson and tracy. the online retail giant posted its first three job openings that focus on industrial maintenance and technical engineering. the new one million square foot center is expected to open this summer while another one million square foot center in tracy could open by fall. both centers are expected to bring hundreds of jobs to the area. all postings are opening up on ktvu.com. it's costing you more to fill up the gas tanks. aaa is reporting gas prices are up another cent. the average price is $4.06 a gallon. we are not paying the highest. people in hawaii are shelling out $4.23 a gallon. here a quick look at what we are paying at the pumps. the average in san francisco
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$3.99. oakland $3.92. san jose the average is $3.95. new report claims the america's cup could drown san francisco in red ink. the city is struggling to raise enough money to cover the thing cost of cleanup. the city needs an estimated $34 million but only raised $14 million. city leaders had once predicted the sailing event could generate $300 million but the chronicle says because the number of foreign competitors has dropped, so has corporate sponsorship. the america's cup is set to begin in august. pretty day around the bay. giving you a look here out toward the wharf and piers in san francisco where again the world cup selective series going on this week. or selection series. something like that. we've got calm conditions out there. we've got just a light breeze in oakland. outside of that, just very calm, clear, crisp like weather outside your door.
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temperatures finally getting above freezing in some cases. 34 in napa. 35 novato. 31 into the east bay. inland areas like walnut creek and livermore. still a chilly start outside your door. 34 walnut creek. 35 concord. foster city 38 degrees. still below freezing in menlo park. we are continuing to see our temperatures trend upward. 42 in fremont. 38 sunnyvale. low 40s in and around san jose. 39 saratoga. low to mid 40s around morgan hill. also an improvement for you. morgan hill has slipped to 29 degrees earlier this morning. the satellite and radar mostly clear skies the light winds that really helped our temperatures to cool off in the over night hours. even a little bit of patchy frost this morning. we are beginning to see a nice
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turn around. the ridge of high pressure here's the back edge. if you take a close look you can see how it goes like that. we have the north flow that continues with us for today. that ridge will eventually be shifting right over us by thursday into friday. we will see temperatures well below average as again the ridge of high pressure continues our way. so in a nutshell this morning a chilly start. a little bit of patchy frost. a mild afternoon. light winds will remain in the forecast for today. 59-degrees san rafael. 60-degrees in berkeley. 61 for oakland. upper 50s in the city of san francisco. upper 50s low 60s concord, antioch. 59 in hayward. if you will be outdoors enjoying the chinese new years festivities going on. 59 for san jose. the big annual pillow fight going on. 60 degrees morgan hill. 61 and mostly sunny in santa cruz. your extended forecast showing you temperatures continue in the upward direction. tomorrow morning as we get back to work, the little ones get back to school, it will be a
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cold start once again but dress in layers because by the afternoon feeling pretty good. the warming trend taking us into wednesday, thursday for valentines day. mid to upper 60s with mostly sunny skies. back to the desk. lunar new year celebrations are kicking off. children can also practice chinese calligraphy and admission to that is all free. there is a celebration of the year of the snake and albany landmark twin theater. that starts at 10:00 this morning. chinese dancers will perform at the pleasanton library. >> eyes like a rabbit and it breathed fire. it was a dragon. >> over the next two months volunteers from the asian art museum will hold story time while their parents browse the stores kids will learn about asian culture. >> this is called a pop up. the museum has just popped up in conjunction with blue mes.
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>> stories will range from the creation of the chinese zodiac calendar to the warriors. the parade is scheduled two weeks from yesterday. coverage will start at 6:00 p.m. on february 23rd. just about an hour ago the final round teed off at the at & t pro a. the weather is a bit cool but otherwise clear and sunny. the tournament has been full of laughs. there he is bill murray kicking a football as a contribute to the niners season. unfortunately he did not make the final cut. 49er head coach jim harbaugh bounced back nicely from the super bowl. he made the cut and playing today. there is a two-way tie in the pro portion of the tournament. brent and former cal star jim han. time now 8:41. making it easier for college students to graduate. how the governor and california universities plan to battle the budget deficit while also helping students. give you a live look
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outside at the sunol grade. pretty quiet out there on bay area highways this second sunday of february. time now is 8:42.
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clear skies overhead 38 degrees with a light breeze. nasa rover curiosity has successfully drilled a hole into the mark on mars. it's the first time the hole has ever been drilled on the planet and powder samples are now being analyzed. the rock shows possible evidence that wet environments may have existed there. there is a new u.s. commander at the helm of u.s. investigate evers to afghanistan. he is to oversee the withdraw of troops. despite the change in command the goal of the coalition forces is still the same. >> what has not changed is the discipline and the spirit of the team. what has not changed the that the growing capability of our afghan partners, the afghan national security forces. >> he replaces general john allen who has been nominated to become the head of nato forces in europe.
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allen was recently exonerated in an investigation of questionable e-mail exchanges with a florida woman led to the sink scandal that led petraeus to resign. dick cheney believes president obama is jeopardizing national security. he spoke to a republican state convention yesterday in wyoming. he told the crowd that the nominations are second rate people. the choices for secretary of state, cia, and defense secretary will degrade the military and limit the ability of future presidents to respond to foreign crisis. the grammy awards are being held in los angeles. there is no word on whether there will be extra security. that event is happening as police continue to search the area for accused killer christopher dorner. lapd officers typically work that event and they will be present in both uniform and plain clothes. the safety of people in attendance is a top concern. and the stars are already
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preparing hard at work for the biggest night. yesterday there is sir elton john. he spent the afternoon rehearsing with taylor swift. swift who is up for three grammy's including record of the year is opening tonight's show. another expected highlight is a performance by justin timberlake who is back on the grammy stage for the first time in four years. arizona sheriff joe is teaming up with a hollywood star for school safety. they held a training program for a grown up of volunteers. the group will be armed and responsible for defending schools in the phoenix area. sheriff says they will be supervised by deputies and this is necessary he says to protect children. the number of online classes being offered at california
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colleges are expected to go up both the governor and california university system are working together to pave the way for more students to pass courses and get degrees without having to go to class. officials say boosting online programs is the only way to accommodate more students without expanding campuses and increasing tuition. students are using art to support a teacher fighting a rare form of cancer. julia has been teaching american sign language at the school for past 15 years 37 she's been on sick leave since november because she is under going therapy for a type of cancer doctors cannot locate. she came to the high school for a silent play she wrote with her daughter and performed by her students. >> it means a lot to me. i know them. i know how hard they have worked. i know they would never give up. >> all the money raised will benefit the american sign
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language program. after the show julia surprised her students with medals she had made and a song thanking them for their support. sonoma county is looking to expand the electric trail. charge stations like this one in san francisco will encourage more people to go out and buy electric cars. they say they want sonoma county to become an electric vehicle destination. in the next fife to ten year -- next five to ten years 1.5 million plug in vehicles are expected to be sold in california. fans of the movie back to the future ii can one of the iconic gadgets from the set. the hover board is being sold on e-bay for $13,000. the seller admits the board has a few dents and scratches and it doesn't hover. he got it from the movies designer. >> it's cool to have it. >> cool if it did hover. some day. a blizzard miracle on the east coast. >> mine is blizzard baby.
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little nemo is what my family is calling her. >> the panic this family went through after being stranded inside their home and how the national guard was able to jump on in and help. they are slowly thawing out and on our way for a minor warmup for the afternoon. we'll have a look at the numbers coming up. [ female ] the best thing about this bar it's not a candy bar. 130 calories 7 grams of protein the new fiber one caramel nut protein bar.
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national guard doesn't often help deliver babies but it had to do so in massachusetts because of the
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big storm there. erika went into labor in the midst of a statewide travel ban and between the steep hills at her home and snowy roads emts could not get to her. dispatchers made a call to a nearby national guard unit and sent them in. that guard unit uses a humvee to plow through that snow. >> i guess there is people like new years babies. i'm like oh a new years baby well mine is a blizzard baby. little nemo is what my friends are calling her. >> who has no idea what it took to bring her into the world. look at her. congratulations. both are doing well. authorities in antioch say a man is in custody on suspicion of setting a fire that displaced a family of five. crews responded to dio car avenue near east 18th street. firefighter say the one alarm fire caused about $70,000 in
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damage. the red cross is helping the family with housing. fire officials say antioch police arrested a mans at the -- a man at the scene. his name has not been released and not clear what his relationship may be to the people who lived in that home. final figures are in and baseball fans certainly turned out to help bryan stow. two benefit concerts raised more than $75,000. the events featured giants third base coach tim flannery and his band. all proceeds will help his family for his medical and rehabilitation costs. the giants are calling fan fest 2013 a success. 25-40,000 people packed the park. some dedicated fans actually camped overnight in freezing temperatures just to be the first in line. and as you can imagine, the giants players were touched by the show of support. they say they are ready to bring home a third world series
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championship in just the last four years. >> definitely got asked to be someone a little bit bigger than i thought i could be. and what an experience. unbelievable. >> spring training for both the giants and the defending american league west champion oakland a's begin this week. the giants have been known for their unique promotional night. this season they have one for all you metal coo fans out there. special edition hats will be given away and a portion of the proceeds from that event will be donated to the bill graham foundation. >> might as well. they've got a jerry garcia one. spring training starts this week down there. i'm sure it's warm and toasty. here a little bit of a different story. but a little warmer as we move on toward valentines day.
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>> we are on the way to very pleasant weather. spring like weather in the forecast. and in time for your valentines day. today it will be another cool one around the bay area. this morning the big chill greeting us once again. a few low 40s around the bay. get in the next hour we will become a little more comfortable, wide spread 40s in the forecast just a few of the very coldest spots along the inland valley floor. we will continue in the upper 30s. by 10:00 we are enjoying the party. upper 40s to low 50s. by lunchtime feeling pretty good. wide spread 50s in the forecast. upper 50s to low 60nd for the afternoon. 60-degrees in napa. 61 for oakland. 69 san mateo and san francisco. 59 redwood city. 59 degrees for san leo say and morgan hill. extended forecast here is that warming trend. as we start the day tomorrow morning just as cold as this morning. what we will see is a wind that will develop in the hills later
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tonight. if that occurs perhaps tomorrow morning not as cool. steve paulson will be here tomorrow morning and tracking the morning temps for you. into the afternoon mostly sunny skies. we will begin to perhaps dress in the layers we feel during the springtime. we start out chilly but the afternoon highs feeling pretty good. wednesday and in time for thursday. valentines day mid to upper 60s in the forecast under mostly sunny skies. back to you. new this morning we are getting word of a deadly helicopter crash in the los angeles area. it happened four hours ago in acton. l.a. television stations are reporting three people were killed. that helicopter was on a film production shoot when it crashed. golden state warriors in a bit of a funk after their fourth straight loss on the road. the warriors took on the dallas mavericks yesterday. first quarter oj blocks a shot sending the mavs off and running the other way.
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mavs up 14 after one. in the second curry racing to the rim. putting in a reverse layup right here. curry and the warriors fighting to stay in this one but it was not muff. the mavs would go on to win the final 116-91. a big payout for the biggest kill. more on a controversial coyote hunt that is on the way in northern california. mardi gras celebration turns deadly in new orleans. newly released video that police are hoping will help solve the case. w
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. please stay in your homes. we do not need you on the roads. >> digging out from a major storm, the challenges crews face on the east coast after being pounded with several feet of snow. >> plus, stranded and ready to fly, just how much longer some passengers will have to wait after their flights were cancelled from the storm. >> i want to make sure that we don't lose that precious ground we've gained. >> the search for a former los angeles police officer continues in southern california. the big announcement in the case and why police will reopen investigation into why he was fired. . >> good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2". it's sunday, february 10th. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm claudine wong. it's chinese new year.
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happy new year to you. happy new year to, rosemary. >> happy new year to you. we have a beautiful forecast for the chinese new year. mostly clear skies. it's very chilly, a lot colder than yesterday morning in some areas. mostly sunny, slightly warmer for afternoon. we have spring-like weather on the way. i'll show you these temperatures coming up. things are starting to get back to normal at northern california earps after a powerful storm on the east coast cancelled flights across the bay area. sfo was reporting no ground delays or cancellations. oakland had two jet blue cancellations last night, but nothing so far today. san jose international also not reporting any cancelled flights. people all across the northeast are dealing with the aftermath of the massive blizzard that killed nine people. today emergency crews are working to clear piles of snow that have trapped cars and are blocking roadways and sidewalks. the winter storm hit friday
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dumping three feet of snow across states from pennsylvania to maine. as cleanup efforts get underway, residents are being urged to stay home. >> please stay in your homes. we do not need you on the roads. you have a large number of emergency vehicles and it's dangerous to be on the roads. >> hundreds of thousands of people are still without power as crews work to repair downed lines. it could be a few days before power is fully restored to all customers. a 30-mile span of new york's long island expressway will be closed today. the highway will be shut down in both directions while crews work to clear piles of snow. cars began getting stuck friday afternoon as the blizzard hit the area and with snow banks blocking most of the exit, some drivers were stuck in their cars until yesterday morning. an 11-year-old massachusetts boy is the youngest victim of the deadly snowstorm. boston firefighters say the boy died yesterday from carbon
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monoxide poisoning. they say he was helping his dad shovel snow away from their car when he climbed inside the running vehicle to stay warm. some of the snow had piled up against the exhaust pipe filling the car with fumes. the boy was pulled from the car but was pronounced dead at the hospital. >> i got a good look at his face. eyes were rolled back in his head. i'd seen that look before. >> firefighters say around the time the boy was over come by fumes, his father went into respiratory arrest. he was treated at the scene and then taken to the hospital for observation. manhunt for fugitive christopher dorner is entering its fourth day today in the area around big bear lake. a new shift of officers has taken over that search. two helicopters were brought in yesterday to cover more territory. law enforcement personnel have checked out about 400 vacation homes in the area. a multistate task force is being created to catch the former los angeles police officer.
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the los angeles police chief says he will reopen an investigation into why christopher dorner was fired in the first place. >> i'm not doing that to apiece him. i'm doing this so that the community has faith in what the police department does. >> christopher dorner claims he was let go from the force because he accused top commanders of corruption and racism. there is new surveillance video from last monday showing the man police believe was dorner get out of that truck. this was a day after he fate fatally allegedly shot a young couple. he dumped something in that dumpster. police say it was an ammunition clip. >> one of the employees went to throw the trash out. he came back with a clip like a magazine full of bullets, a belt, a military belt, and a helmet. and he brought it to me and said, where did you find it? in the back of the dumpster. >> the manhunt has led to extra
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security and long lines at the mexico border crossing. authorities say they believe christopher dorner may have wanted to flee to mexico. he allegedly tried to steal a boat in san diego wednesday night. it was exactly a week ago when the shooting rampage began. christopher dorner is suspected of killing an irvine man and his fiancee. last night the team held a moment of silence before its home game against uc riverside. the players wore orange jerseys with the word motivation on the front to honor coach mo. >> i can't begin to tell you of what it feels like to function without a part of your family here. >> whenever we're rebounding in practice, she's in the back of your head saying, across the boards. i think that's probably what we'll remember on the court a lot about her. >> a memorial is scheduled today for qwan and her fiancee. investigators say they believe
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christopher dorner killed them because he blames qwan's father for an unsuccessful appeal to get his job back. one person was killed during an apparent gun battle in oakland. police were called to the area of 39th avenue and quigley street around 11:00 p.m. officers found numerous shell casings from different guns and blood on the ground, but no victim. they checked with all the hospitals in the area to see if anyone had sought treatment. then a shore time later a neighbor reported hearing a noise from the back of her house. police went to look and found a person shot in the leg and several times in the chest. he was pronounced dead at the scene. no arrests have been made so far. san francisco police are searching for the gun aman in a fatal shooting. the sound of gunshot was first reported just after 2:00 a.m., in the area of hays and webster streets. police have not released much information about the victim except that he was a hispanic male. a motive has not been released.
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the cause of a house fire in oakland that sent one woman to hadn't is under investigation. the fire started around 6:30 last night in the back bedroom of a home on bancroft avenue. one person in the house was there when it began. that person did get outside safely. they say she was taken to the hospital as a precaution but was not injured. >> the residents will not be abe to go back in here. it started in the rear and ran the attic. >> red crofers called in to help. residents say they do have another place to live. the fire investigator is working to determine the cause of that fire. it does not appear to be suspicious. firefighters responded to a fire at homeless encampment in san jose overnight. it started just before 2:30 a.m., right next to a post office on tully road. no one was hurt. new details on a hazing
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scandal at st. patrick's st. vincent high school in vallejo. students who said they were hazed have been offered counseling by the school. the school's principal met with the coaching staff to talk about thousand avoid future incidents. last month the head football coach was fired and five players were expelled. . the sonoma county sheriff's office is looking for the residents of a home where hundreds of marijuana plants were found. the fire was reported yesterday morning. firefighters found the doors and windows boarded up and had to cut a hole in the garage door to get inside and get to the fire. once inside they found a grow operation in nearly every room on the first and second floors. they say the residents had tampered with the pg&e meter and were illegally drawing electricity. . starting with a view of concord for you, mostly blue skies, chilly start out there.
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temperatures are now beginning to rebound. some of us falling below freezing this morning. now we're creeping up in the 30s. pacific sat lie view, the ridge of high pressure here, you can see the back edge here. this over the east pacific and nudging over california with each passing day, we will see a warming trend that will carry us into valentine's day. so for today, temperatures slightly warmer than yesterday. this morning slightly cooler in some areas and a lot cooler in at least one or two spots still at this time. this is what we're looking at for today and the week ahead. dry, mostly sunny conditions, no rain in the forecast and the warming trend will take us into mid- to upper 60s by thursday and friday. for today at this hour, the big story still the cold start out there. 38 degrees in walnut creek, 46 in oakland, 46 san francisco, mid- to upper 30s parts of the
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east bay, novato 39, santa rosa 36, napa 41. this is an improvement. temperatures have climbed quite a bit in the last hour with the sun shining upon us. we're still looking at a cool start in some areas. along the east bay, 35 mount diablo, 34 in lafayette, low 40s in orinda, san ramon 39, 38 mess anton. by 10:00 or so widespread upper 40s to low 50s. we're on our way to a nice path for the afternoon. 60 degrees berkeley, 61 degrees in oakland, 59 san francisco, 59 san rafael. these numbers a tad warmer than yesterday. still it will be a little cool at times. 59 in san jose, 60 morgan hill. it felt wonderful yesterday in the sub shine. we can expect that again for
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today. warming trend, tomorrow morning just as cold, we may see a wind develop in the hills. that could bring temperatures up in the overnight hours a tad. expect that chilly weather especially for the little ones. mostly sunny tomorrow afternoon, low 60s. then we continue this trend wednesday, thursday, valentine's day warming up for our day dedicated to love, 67 degrees under mostly sunny skies. back to you. >> thank you. getting health care from someone other than your doctor. the new proposal that would allow people who are not physicians to treat you and why it's being considered. >> breasing for disaster, what would happen if a catastrophe occurs. >> a live look outside, there she smplets lul golden gate bridge, still beautiful even at the age of 75. we'll be right back. in my y if you coulrd two shows.
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. welcome back. giving you a picturesque view of the golden gate bridge. we're looking at cool conditions this morning, followed by a few degrees of warming for the afternoon over yesterday's highs. this weekend president obama and his advisors are touching up his state of the union address for tuesday night. aides say the president will
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focus on several main issues including job creation and restoring prosperity to the middle class. he is expected to unveil programs in education, infrastructure, clean energy and manufacturing. aides say he will also push for two major initiatives, he wants immigration reform which would allow eleven million lil legal immigrants to eventually become citizens and the passage of much tougher gun control laws. one very interested person is former arizona congressman gabery elgiffords. she'll be attending the speech in the house chamber. . a tea party tapped kentucky senator rand paul to respond to the president's address. the conservative lawmaker is expected to make his remarks following the republican response which will be given by florida senator and possible 2016 presidential candidate marco rubio. a new proposal would allow
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nurse practitioners and other medical workers to diagnosis nose patients as a way to comply with president obama's affordable care act. 30 million americans will get health insurance under the plan in 2014. lawmakers say there won't be enough doctors to treat them. one proposal would allow physician assistants, nurse practitioners, optometrists and pharmacists to treat elnesss like diabetes and high blood pressure. criticings worry it could jep disease patient safety. a controversial coyote hundred is underway this tbheengd northern california. hunters are competing to kill the most coyotes in the county near the oregon border. animal rights activists tried to stop the hunt. supporters say it's necessary because coyotes kill $4 million worth of live stock every year. a former u.s. defense secretary says he favors a special court that decides whether u.s. should decide to launch a drone strike. former defense secretary robert gates says the oversight board is something word considering.
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he says the obama administration has followed stringent guidelines in apriewfg strikes and has not abused the use of drones. . boeing is calling a test of its 787 dreamliner uneventful. the test flight took place yesterday. jet took off from seattle, chris crossed the state of washington and landed back in seattle. the faa allowed the flight so boeing could assess the in-flight performance of the plane's lithium ion battery. those batteries have been center of several issues. in new orleans four people were sent to the hospital after gunfire erupted at a mardi gras celebration in the french quarter on bourbon street last night. one man is in critical condition. another man and two women are in stable condition. police say they believe the shooting stemmed from some kind of fight. they released this video showing an arm between one of the
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victims and another man. authorities are not saying if any arrests have been made. hours before the violence, thousands of mardi gras partiers were celebrating along the parade route. one of the biggest mardi gras paw rays rolled down canal street. that leads up to fat tuesday, february 12-rbgs the day before ash wednesday. the family of the late penn state football coach joe paterno has just released a report into the child abuse sex scandal. the family commissioned this report. it challenges the conclusion by former f.b.i. director louie free that paterno conspired to hide sex abuse allegations against jerry is not dus key. the report says the prior report was inaccurate, unfounded and unsupported by the facts. the new report claims paterno followed school protocol and reported the allegations to his superiors. the next chapter in the
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barry bonds steroid investigation will play out wednesday. the former slugger is asking an appeals court overturn his conviction on a felony charge for obstruction of justice. the court will hear the case. in 2011 bonds was found guilty of providing an evasive answer to the grand jury investigation alleged steroid use. news cameras are being allowed into wednesday's proceedings. the lights stayed on for the first big event at the new orleans superdome since the super bowl. hard to forget this moment of that big game when let'ss went out and stayed out for about a half-hour. the outage led to strong criticism of the stadium's electricity provider. there was not a repeat performance during last night's mardi gras ball. that featured floats and a performance by kelly clarkson. . a bay area lawmaker wants to reestablish a special license plate for veterans.
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concord assemblywoman susan bonilla says it would recognize veterans and raise money for county veteran office services. the plate was discontinued in 2010. the plate would still be available if the bill passes. it's a case of mascot gone wild. with we will show you what happened at a minor league hockey game in bakersfield that had fans on the edge of their seats. >> a wintry chill outside at this hour. we cover a minor warm-up on the way. i'll have the forecast coming up.
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. bay area emergency responders are preparing for a day they pray will never come. a large disaster drill is scheduled to start later this morning. we're live in fremont with the exercise being called, operation rolling chaos. >> reporter: good morning. this exercise is first
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responder training exercise well underway here. we're at uni tech education in fremont. this is disaster training program for police officers, firefighters, and military personnel. you can see right now, this is the mock demonstration they've set up here. the scenario that's been put in place is what would happen if anderson dam near morgan hill were to burst at some point. it would send a huge wall of water 35 feet high into some of the surrounding areas and obviously you can see the result would be a lot of cars turned over, a lot of people severely injured. at this point i want to bring in nav # bowa, president of unitech. what is the goal here? >> the goal is to improve coordinations between agencies, lots of different agencies, when you have a very large scale casualty incident. in this particular scenario, we have hundreds of people injured, some critically.
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what typically happens is you ever the fire and police folks that come in and get overwhelmed. escalation takes time. that time is costing lives. we're trying to improve coordination between the army reserve between the national guard, the local folks, the police, fire, ems. so we have a command center set up where awferl these agencies are coordinateing, decideing who will do what. so that we can really accelerate the process of taking care of the injured. the triage process is being accelerated through this exercise. >> it's all about boosting and improving communication between the agencies when huge disaster like this happens. >> and response time. accelerate the response time because in this kind of disaster, there's going to be a lot of critical injuries, a lot of people will die if you don't get them to the hospital and stabilize them within the first hour. that first hour is critical.
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>> this is a very realistic training exercise. >> absolutely. >> the volunteers you have taking part are suffering -- peam without limbs. you obviously make it a very real scenario. >> it's very realistic. we have real blood being used. we have dressed-up injuries. there's over 200 people here. there's students of the college. there's local fremont resident that was come out here. they need evak. >> thank you very much. this is being called operation rolling chaos. it's a saser training exercise taking place here this morning in fremont involving multiple fire, police agencies from around bait area, and also the national guard and other members of the military. it will be going on for the next six hours until 2:00 p.m. we'll be out here throughout the morning. back to you.
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. >> like anything else, practice, practice, practice. when we have that earthquake, it's game on. that's great that they're doing this. . >> it's just drill. here's rosemary. >> it's a nice one out there. mostly sunny skies, relatively mild out there, seasonal temperatures for the afternoon expected. this morning if you are thinking about stepping outside, farmers market, go for a run, a bit of a chill still in the air. we woke up freezing and below freezing. now temperatures are beginning to climb. mid-30s for the valley locations, mid-40s around the bay, under mostly clear skies and calm conditions. the sun will be shining into the afternoon, a minor warm up after yesterday's highs. 61 degrees for oakland today. 57 for pacific awsm upper 50s san francisco, san rafael. another beautiful day, maybe do some wine tasting in
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the north bay. you have the big pillow fight going on in san jose. you have the new year festiveitys going on for the chinese new year. the extended forecast, the warming trend just getting started. by tuesday into wednesday, notice the numbers, now reaching into the mid-60s by wednesday. friday looks to be one of the warmest days. thursday looking good for valentine's day. mostly sunny skies, 67 in the forecast. back to you. a controversial trip to the bay area, the new radio ad that's targeting california business owners and why texas governor rick perry has his eye on the golden state. >> amazon look to be hire hurches people. how you could land a gig with the new distribution centers.
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. for them it was a very traumatic experience throughout the night. some of them had no contact, ran out of gas. they were very frightened. >> people on the east coast are still waking up to a lot of snow. the challenges emergency crews are still facing as they try to dig everyone out. good morning. it's sunday, february 10th. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm mike mibach. cleanup efforts are now underway after the deadly blizzard that swept across the northeast. at least nine people have been killed in hundreds of thousands of customers are still without power. we're live in milford, connecticut, where 38 inches of
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snow fell during this storm. >> reporter: good morning to you. you got it, 38 inches of snow in milford, connecticut. 40 inches in some places breaking records. also hurricane force winds even tracked, a gust of 82 miles an hour was recorded in nearby westport. transportation bans have been lifted here in condition and also in massachusetts. the governors are still urlging folks to stay off the roads if possible. public transportation in boston is still at a standstill. they're hoping to get things up and running by tomorrow's commute. there have been several deaths, one of those was in boston. an 11-year-old boy who apparently died of carbon monoxide poisoning while sitting in a car as his father was digging out snow. now, resources have been sent in to connecticut and massachusetts being promised by new york's governor andrew cuomo. new york did get hit hard, but
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the new england states hit even harder. there are about 345,000 power outages that folks are still dealing with. president obama has just signed an emergency declaration that is freeing up resources, not necessarily money, but plows and crews to be able to come in and really help clear out the roads. back to you. >> thank you. . travelers are getting some relief today after the massive snowstorm in the northeast cancelled more than 6,000 flights. early this morning airports across new york and boston began reopening. runways and resuming operations. even with plights resuming, airlines are still advising customers to call before heading out to the airport. most airlines have cancelled fees for any passengers who had to change their flight schedules because of that storm. things are getting back to normal after a few cancellations here at bay area airports. sfo is reporting no ground delays or cancellations. oakland had two jet blue
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cancellations last night but so far nothing today. san jose international is also not reporting any cancelled flights. san francisco police are trying to figure out what led up to a crash that killed a bicyclist near at&t park around 9:30 yesterday morning. police say 48-year-old diane sullivan was riding her bike near third and king streets when she was hit by a seem truck that. crash happened in front of thousands of giants fans who were heading into the stadium for fan fest. . >> i heard a big boom. i see her laying down. >> police say two nurses who were nearby rushed to help sullivan but she later died at the hospital. the cement truck driver stayed at the scene and is cooperating with police. a fatal crash on 80 in richmond is also under investigation. it happened near the karlson boulevard exit yesterday afternoon. the highway patrol says a 23-year-old man from hayward died after his car hit the
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center divide and a few cars before rolling cell several times. authorities in tan tan say a man is in custody on suspicion of setting a fire that left a family of five homeless. crews responded to the 1900 block of deodar avenue just before noon yesterday. firefighters say the one alarm fire caused about $75,000 in damage. the red scros helping the family who lived there with housing. police arrested man at the scene. we do not know his name. it's unclear what his relationship may be to the people who lived in the home. we continue our coverage of the search for a accused killer christopher dorner. 50 law enforcement personnel were brought in last night to relieve the officers who search ford him over the past few days at big bear lake. so far there are no signs of the former los angeles police officer. some investigators think that
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he may have fled to mexico. secure has been increased at the border crossing. the los angeles police department says it's trying to make amends to the two women mistakenly shot by police. the officers mistook the women for christopher dorner. investigators say the women were delivering newspapers in a truck that looked like christopher dorner's. a 71 year was hit in the back and is still in intensive care. her daughter was not seriously hurt. the los angeles police chief apologized to the family yesterday and told them they would receive a new pickup truck. texas governor rick perry says it's time for businesses to leave california and head to texas. that's the message behind his trip to the golden state today. he will visit san francisco, the silicon valley, los angeles and orange county. he is scheduled to meet with executives in the high-tech, financial, insurance and film industries. he wants them to relocate their firms to texas and sent that smes nij a controversial leak wong radio blitz. >> building is business is tu.
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i hear building a business in california is next to impossible. this is texas governor rick perry. i have a message for california businesses. come check out texas. . >> california governor jerry brown obviously not happy with that message and responded with this statement. brown said, do you think a few tricks from a politician is going to make any difference? people invest their money where these big things have occurred. the ideas, the structures, the climate, the opportunity is right here on the pacific rim. . am sop has started the hiring process for its new distribution centers in patterson and tracy. they've posted their first three job openings which focus on industrial maintenance and technical engineering. the new one million square foot center in patterson is expected to open this summer. another one million square footer is in tracy could open by fall. both centers are expected to bring hundreds of jobs to the area, all openings are posted on amazon.com. it's costing you more now to fill up the gas tanks. gas prices are up another cent.
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the average in california is $4.06 a gallon. we're not paying the highest. people in hawaii are shelling out $4.23 for gallon of regular unleaded. here is a quick look at what we're paying in the bay area. the san francisco $3.99, oakland $3.92, san jose $3.95. sonoma county is expanding its network of charging stations for electric vehicles. county officials hope change stations will encourage more people to buy electric cars. they want sonoma county to become an electric vehicle destination. in the next five to ten years analysts predict # .5 million plug-in vehicles will be sold in california. the new report claims the america's cup could drown san francisco in red ink. according to "the san francisco chronicle" the city is struggling to raise enough money for police and cleanup. the city needs $34 million but
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has only raised $14 million. because the number of foreign competitors has dropped, so has corporate sponsorship. the america's cup is scheduled to begin in august. san francisco giant fans have opened their hearts to brian stow. two benefit concerts has month raised more than $75,000. the eventess featured giants third base coach and his band. all the process will help stow's family pay for his medical and rehabilitation costs. stow was attacked and knocked unconscious outside dodger stadium in 2011. . a nice day getting underway. a live look from the roof cam. mostly clear skies, looks like a bit of a haze, air quality good to moderate for today following a frigid cold start, even biter cold in some spots. we're beginning to watch temperatures make a nice comeback. the winds generally light out
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there. we do have calm conditions over santa rosa, napa and fairfield. winds about six miles per hour fairfield. theses are some of the areas that really saw cold temperatures overnight, fairfield 10-15 degrees colder than yesterday morning. now feeling pretty good. oakland a light breeze here, calm conditions at mountain view and into san jose. 42 in fairfield right now, 41 napa, 42 novato, santa rosa in the 30s, not too bad. some of these areas siferging back into the upper 20s earlier this morning. around the bay we're tracking temperatures in the low to mid-40s for most. 46 menlo park, 45 palo alto. a nice rapid rebound for you. south bay temperatures feeling pretty good, 43 san jose, at the university 46, 46 saratoga, morgan hill and gilroy low 40s. lus started in the upper 20s.
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the pacific satellite view showing you what's happening for today and really the week ahead. ridge of high pressure over the pacific. a little tough to see it. this is the back edge. it shifts over. it will be nudging our way. it will bring us a warming trend. for today mostly sunny skies, slyly warmer temperatures expected for the afternoon. good air quality in the forecast. upper 50s to low 60s for the afternoon. these numbers seasonal for this time of year. 60 in napa, 61 degrees santa rosa, upper 50s in san rafael, 60 berkeley, low 60s in oakland, san francisco 59. 59 for san jose, 59 los gatos. a beautiful looking day into the afternoon. it's a winter day, still a bit cool. that will change.
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look at this warming trend. tomorrow morning we start off very chilly again. the afternoon highs will be nudging monday, tuesday, by wednesday feeling better, mid-60s in the forecast for some, mid- to upper 60s for valentine's day. i'll check in on the lunchtime numbers coming up. . different play by play here at the rink. entertainment at the condors minor league game in bakersfield. the team brought in a real condor for the national anthem. it got loose. the man in charge of it started chasing after it. he fell. the bird took off again. finally this native to south america was caught and the game went on. after a strong start to the seep, the sharks have extend thrd winless streak to four games. sharks took on the phoenix coyotes yesterday afternoon. the game went to a shootout with the could coyotes already
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having one in the neat. the coyotes get the win. the final round of the at&t pebble beach national pro-am teeed off 90 minutes ago. the woox is cool but clear and sunny along the coast. tournament has been full of laughs. there instill murray kicking off the football. there is a tribute to the niners season. he did not make the final cut. 49er head coach jim harbaugh has bounced back nicely from the super bowl. he did make the cut and is playing today. there is a two way tie in the pro portion of the tournament. . >> harbaugh said he hadn't picked up a club in years. >> making it easier for college students to graduate. how the governor and california universities plan to battle the budget deficit while also helping students. >> let's give you a live look outside. there is the macarthur maze.
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. it's a mostly sunny start over san francisco at this hour of the 46 degrees a a very gentle breeze. a critical test for a bay area emergency responders, there is a mass i disaster drill taking place are right now. we're live there in fremont with the preparations that are being tested in the case of a big earthquake. >> reporter: what they're doing is setting sup very realistic disaster scenario here, a large scale disaster is
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what first responders are preparing for today. we're here at unitech education, a company that trains first responders in fremont. you can see the scene here. you see overturned cars. if you look down here, you can see some first responders obviously treating a person who under this scenario, it this mock scenario, would be an injured person. essentially with you they're working on here is the idea that dam has burst in the south bay, anderson dam in morgan hill. a huge wall of water has come over the surrounding communities and wiped out cars and injured several hundred people. and the idea is to give first responders, police, firefighters and military personnel, the training they need to be able to communicate and work together in large scale disaster. i want to bring in captain brian clark with the army national guard. why is this training so important? >> it's basically great to get our medics to work with the local fire and ems medics.
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we have a couple different ways of together things. mortgage we can come together on training like this, the smoother flow in a real disaster. >> why is it so important to have such a realistic scenario? we're seeing people with missing arms. they're using real blood out here. that's really important. >> definitely. our motto is train like you fight. so if we bring them out here to do medical training, we want it to look at real as possible so they're not shocked in a real event. we want it to look real and graph aik imriews only because as medics that what you will roll up on. >> what are the biggest challengings that you want to try to tackle today with this training? >> basically, we want to work through anything that we find to be a problem today. we can go back, talk on it, work it through, kind of bring it up our chain and tell our leaders, we might need to work on this or need more time with this, just see what the kinks are and try to work them out and get them
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more aqwanned with our brothers and sisters and ems. >> that's good. if there is a large scale disaster, a dam breaking or an earthquake, that everyone is on the same page, able to communicate. >> definitely. >> thank you for talking with us. 500 firefighters, police officers and military service members taking part in this training drill today that goes through 2:00 p.m. here. back to you. . there is a new u.s. commander at the helm of nato forces in afghanistan. marine general joseph dunnford officially took the post in kabul today. he is expected to oversee the withdrawal of foreign troops from afghanistan by next year. he says despite the change in command the goal of the coalition forces is still the same. >> it's not change. there is a discipline in the spirit of the team. let's not change the growing
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capability of our afghan partners, the after began national security forces. >> he replaces general john allen who has been nominated to become head of nato forces in europe. allen was recently exonerated in an investigation of questionable email exchanges with a florida woman link to the sex scandal that led c.i.a. director dave p ex-traeus to resign. former u.s. vice president dick cheney says he believes president obama is jep dieding national security. cheney spoke to a republican state convention yesterday in wyoming. he told the crowd that the president's cabinet nominations are quote, second rate people. he says the choices for secretary of state, c.i.a. director and defense secretary will degrade the military and limit the ability of future presidents to respond to foreign crisis. nasa's rover curiosity has successfully drilled a hole into a rock on mars. it's the first time that a hole has ever been drilled on the planet. powder samples from the rob are
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being analyzed. nasa says the rock shows possible evidence that wet environments may have existed there. there's no wore on whrtd manhunt for christopher dorner will affect the grammy awards tonight. grammy officials are not releasing any details about added security for the show at the staples center. they say los angeles police officers typically work the event and will be present tonight in uniform and in plain clothes. despite the possible threat, the show will go on and the biggest stars in music are already preparing. yesterday sir elton john spent the afternoon remersing with taylor swift. swift who sup for three grammys is opening the show. she says that might make the neat easier. grammy producers are promising a star-studed show, another expected highlight, a performance from justin timberlake.
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. from beijing to the bay area, more than a billion people worldwide are ringing in the lunar new year. local celebrations are just beginning right now. the children's museum in berkly celebrating with a dragon parade. admission is free. there is a celebration of the year of the snake at the albany landmark twin theaters starting at 10:00 a.m. chinese dancers will perform at the president anton library at 2:00 p.m. . >> it was a dragon. >> over the next two months volunteers from the asian art museum will hold storytime at the westfield center shopping mall in san francisco while their parents shop. children are learning about the asian culture. >> this is called a popup. the museum has just popped up in conjunction with -- >> stories will range from the creation of the chinese zodiac
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call door the tara cotta warriors. san francisco's chinese new year parade is who weeks from yesterday. you can watch it right here on ktvu, channel 2. coverage starts at 6:00 p.m. february 23. the number of online classes being offered at california colleges are expected to increase. both the governor and the california university system are working together to pave the way for more students to pass courses and get degrees without having to go to class. fishes say boosting online programs is the only way to accommodate more students without expanding campuses and increase tuition. on the trail of a spixed killer, the search for a former los angeles police officer accused of turning on his own. plus the new investigation into his past. . >> our cold morning temperatures are on the mends. i will have the afternoon highs expect ford today coming up. ♪ we were skipping stones and letting go ♪
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. coming up, our top stories for you, the search for the suspected gunman christopher dorner is resuming around big bear lake. 50 new officers came in last nighto reliever the crew that was tracking him for days. los angeles police announced they will investigate the circumstances sure owng christopher dorner's dismissal from the force. the l.a. police chief says he wants the public to have faits in his department. cleanup efforts are now underway after the massive blizzard that swept across the northeast killing at least nine people. at least three feet of snow fell across across pennsylvania to maine. 350,000 customers are still without power and crews say it could be days before it's fully restored. airports are reopening after more than 6,000 flights were grounded by the storm in the bay area things are smoother. no cancellations in the area. the san francisco giants are
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calling fan fest 2013 a success. team estimates say between 35,000 and 40,000 people packed at&t park. some of those dedicated fans camped out overnight in the frigid temperatures to be the first in line. giants players said they were touched by the show of support and say they're ready to win another world series championship. >> i definitely got asked tore someone bigger than i thought i could be and play a bigger role than i thought i could do last season. what an experience. unbelievable. >> spring training for the giants and the a's begins this week in arizona. the giants have been known for their unique promotional nights this. season they've got one for all you metallica fans. may 3 is metallica night at the park. the band will perform the nash anthem and participate in other events throughout the game.
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special edition metallica hats will also be given away. . if you slept in this morning no, problem. i'm jealous. if you want to see the forecast, here's rosemary orozco. >> another enjoyable day. a frosty start. temperatures are beginning to move in the upward direction and feeling pretty good. mid-30s still for some of the coldest inland spots. most of nuts low to mid-40s at this hour. by noontime, mid-50s to upper 50s. highs today two to four degrees warmer than yesterday. 59 san francisco, 61 degrees in oakland, 59 fremont, light winds, mostly sunny skies, 60 napa, 61 degrees santa rosa, san jose 59 degrees. it will feel pretty good out there. the extended forecast, a nice warming trend. we say it every day at this point. we need the rain. it's not in the forecast